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red mail David Riley
I'm looking for David Riley whose father was a GP at Catterick Garrison in 1973. He has a brother Steve who lived in Duxford(Cambs). He was a student at Bede College, Durham 1973-6. It's the 175th anniversary for the Durham College and I'm trying to reunite people who went there so it would be good to make contact with him after so many years. The family also had connections with Richmond( Yorks).
red mail Catterick Academies
Any information about the Catterick academeies welcome, and school masters called Kirkby, James Bradley, George Straffen, Richard Straffen, Henry Horsley, John Butterfield, Henry Barber, Thomas Savage, Richard Hedley
red mail Baguley
I am trying to trace the birth and marriage of Thomas Baguley He was born in Catterick about1867 his marriage at Catterick the brides name was Sarah Ann.In the early 1940,s he was living in Castleford dying in 1956
I am looking for information on John Abdale/Apedale who was born in Catterick on June 12, 1808. I am especially looking for his marriage. He married Mary Webb who was born in Suffolk and in 1841 they were living in Newbury, Berkshire. There is a possible connection to horse racing.
red mail Johnson, Walker
I am looking for more information about Margaret Johnson born in Catterick in 1750, she married William Walker on 9th May 1773 in Catterick but by 1795 they had moved to Bedale when James Walker was born on 30/08/1795. Margaret and William were my GGGG grandparents. Any information about this family group would be much appreciated.
red mail Ellerton
The Ellerton family lived in the Catterick area in the 18th and 19th centuries. Any information on them would be much appreciated. Thanks, Bob (Cambridge)

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